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the house and everyone here, they are friendly and knowledge believe and -- knowledgeable and they care about the animals. >> and it's a great place to visit and look at the animals and maybe fall in love and take one home. and look at our grooming program and volunteer program and many say, hey, this
>> would anyone like to separate any of the items from 1-6? please. >>aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >>aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> these resolutions adopted and the ordinances are passed. >> item 7 is an ordinance authorizing the department of the environment to authorize a grant from $75,000 from the california department of toxic substances control and the amending of the ordinance to reflect the addition of one grant funded position. >> this ordinance is passed.
>> resolution authorizing the sheriff's department to retroactively entered into the third amendment to the agreement between the city and county of san francisco. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >> aye. >>aye. >> of the item passes. >> item 10 is a resolution approving a loan through these and the skin is pulled transportation association for a quality improvement. >> the motion is adopted. >> item 11, resolution adopting findings and of the california environmental quality act to extend a grant in the amount of approximately $470,000 from the
u.s. environmental protection agency and the cesar chavez a sewer improvement system. >> this resolution is adopted. >> item 12, resolution adopting the fire department to enter into a 10-year agreement with presidio trust to provide fire and emergency services. >> same house, same call? the resolution is adopted. >> item 13, resolution adopting -- authorizing the fire department to enter into a 10- year agreement with the national park service to provide fire and emergency medical services to national park service managed areas within san francisco. >> this is adopted. >> item 13 -- 14, the hiring of permanent career severely and federal firefighters displaced by the closure of the national park service fire station in presidio. >> this resolution is adopted. >> item 15, ordinance amending
the planning code to allow new full-service and small self- service restaurants with a conditional use authorization to permit some said especially for the establishment as the right and to prohibit all large fast- food astonishment. >> this ordinances passed on the first reading. >> 16, a resolution approving and authorizing the single line relocation agreement between the san francisco. this commission and the state university to relocate existing centauries sewer and storm drain easement. >> this resolution is adopted. >> item 17-22, the committee reports. >> they considered by the rules committee in a bag of a meeting on this day, august 5th, and 10:00 a.m. and will forward as committee reports.
item 17, settlement of a lawsuit. item 17-18, salomon of a lawsuit for $245,000, i did not seen ---19, and settlement of a lawsuit for the 2011s. item 20, salomon of the lawsuit and approximately 83,000 -- segment of the lawsuit -- s ettlement of the lawsuit. >> can we take these on the fifth reading? >> item 23 is a resolution condemning the appointment of cherly brinkman to the but of directors on attention in
march, 2014. >> this is passed. >> apartment of michael garcia to the appointment ended july 1st, 2014. >> this motion is approved. >> item 25, the bremen of the john newlin to the intended commission. >> this motion is approved. >> 26-29 with considered by the services committee on a regular meeting at 10 the d a m and forecasted as reported. a resolution the german and the transfer of a general that the license also of the public convenience. >> in house, sam colt? this is adopted. >> item 27, resolution
transferring a type 20 of beer and one liquor license. >> a house, same call. >> item 28, except an expensive gift to rebuild trills and retaining walls. this is approximately one and $65,000. >> this is adopted. >> item 29, to expect an extended grant from the historical endowment in the proximate amount of five and a thousand dollars for the palace of fine arts historical landscape and park improvement. >> the same house, same call. >> please read items 30-34.
these were considered by the land use committee. they were afforded to the board as committee reports. item 30, authorizing the office of economic and work-force development to retroactively accept and expand in grant in the amount of $750,000 to plan and manage the employment program. item 31, resolution authorizing the same office to except and expend a grant in the amount of 400,000 from wal-mart to plan and manage an employment program. item 32, a resolution to retroactively except and expand a grant in the amount of $100,000 from the california public utilities commission to support the implementation of californians low income energy efficiency program. item 33, authorization to retroactively except an expanded grant in the amount of $200,000
from the evelyn and walter haas jr. fund. >> these are adopted. item 34. >> a resolution authorizing the port commission to accept and expand a grant from the united states in fermenta protection agency in the amount of $1 million under the diesel emissions reduction act. >> same house, same call? this is adopted. now will call for introductions. -- will call for introductions. >> sadly for many families, this is elastic of summer vacation.
i am having my daughters look for items that are related to the ordinance that i am introducing today. i was horrified to find prickings bunch bob and horrible comic characters that are marketed in fast-food. today, i'm very proud to say that i hope that we can make history along with liverpool, england, in protecting the health of our children. we want to target restaurants that serve toys with happy meals. this will set nutritional standards for companies to use voice -- toys. i would like to thank a couple
of the co-authors along with the number of organizations and to help us with this project. our legislation is aimed at promoting healthy eating habits for children to address issues related to childhood obesity. this requires for fast food and other restaurants that use toys or incentives that they must contain fruits and vegetables that must exceed 600 calories per meal or 200 calories for a single food item and they must not have beverages that have excessive fat or sugar. recently, the center for disease control has shown with the data that since the birth of the happy meal in 1979, for 30 years, the obesity rate for children has quadrupled for the age group that my daughter is in, 6-11.
in the last 30 years that they have been in existence, the obesity rate has quadrupled. this has tripled for children that are 2-5. a survey recently said also there aren't the economic implications. -- there are the economic indications. there are the risk of heart disease, cancer, and diabetes. we have dedicated considerable resources to fighting childhood obesity with programs like shape up sf, healthy eating programs. programs that provide greater access to healthy foods.
this legislation will help to further a cause that we have established as an important front to maintaining a high standard of living for people young and old. i registration will encourage restaurants that encourage and healthy meals for children and used to -- will have health your toys and healthier eating habits and food access to children and families. i urge your support and thank you. >> thank you. >> thank you, madame clerk. i am introducing a number of items, a regular garden patch of policy for considerations.
first, i am introducing an ordinance to authorize the reentry consul to work with the superior court. we created a reentry court. this requires that a steering committee reestablished and advised. this body established a council nearly two years ago which is perfectly suited to serve as the steering committee. i look forward to working with the security court -- superior court to create a court that will have a measurable impact on reducing recidivism. in a companion to the charter amendment that will be on the ballot, and introducing an ordinance that her skirt up -- prescribes the procedures. this ordinance is the complement
of a proposition ew -- e . those that registers will cast provision about to make sure that it is verified before the vote is counted. if consulted with the department of elections, will continue to work to make the voter registration process as secure as possible. we aim to pass this ahead of the november elections so that people will better understand how the proposition will work. this would go only into effect if the proposition passes. we will become the first city in the state of california for election day voter registrations. as i indicated, there is a very lengthy and paper heavy plan, in
the thousands of documents, i was inspired as i said in a key in the morning. all of our offices received thousands of pages of documents. today, and introducing an ordinance to overcome -- said that any of these documents can be sent electronically. this will not prohibit copies from being produced in this allow for hard copy agenda is to be reduced from meetings who are subject to the brown act. this will also allow hard copy documents which are legally required.
this is not the end of paper but this is the beginning and goes hand in hand. along with the supervisor, i am proposing a tax that did not advance. we'll continue to work with the treasurer's office to make sure that we will search high and low for what we believe is an untapped revenue that is not being blow-collected. we will generate additional
revenue. it is our hope that reputable department operators will improve and we shall crackdown on parking operators were not paying their fair share of taxes. the loopholes with strength in the tax collectors ability to enforce the tax. the failure to file tax returns improved enforcement of revenue control and equipment relatives. the city can claim these if operators to not pay back their taxes. if they fail to pay the parking tax, they install revenue commitment. well certainly would have liked to advance,
to have this shortage to the treasurer's office and the city attorney's office. >> thank you. >> thank you, i have three measures i and submitted. the first is a measure of the housing action coalition helps to prepare with respect to student housing in san francisco. we have 14 issues of higher learning with a total of 140,000 students. this will allow for no student
-- new student housing. the ordinance will allow for the conversion of offices as did housing-student housing. one of the major goals is to recognize and honor for student housing to develop to meet inclusionary requirements, they can be achieved with students themselves. for commercial building to convert, ownership, or -- is required. enforceable restrictions will be put in place so that if this fails to comply, this converts to standard housing which is then subject to the inclusion mary housing program.
and co-sponsor of legislation being introduced by the mayor. this follows the early energy efficiency and the replacement of flights and commercial buildings, common areas, and residential buildings. this would require the department of the informant to collect summary statistics about the energy performance of nonresidential buildings and those are available to the public. this would require the owner of any building of an area of 5000 square feet or greater.
the audits would have to meet industry standards and a qualified to energy professional. the size of the building would determine the scope of the audit. i am introducing an ordinance related to child care and i want to acknowledge my co-sponsor. i would like to thank the child care coordinator of as been an incredible advocates. the ordinance will add chapter 29 be to aid city funds for development project and a feasibility study for providing a child-care center. there is a substantial body of
research showing that investment in high-quality during a child early years significantly improves full achievement but also a range of social and economic aspects throughout life. licensed care is available for only 43% of parents. this is unavailable, irrespective of affordability. there is a shortage of approximately 17,828 spaces overall from children ages 0-13.
i look forward to the consideration and hearings. we have had considerations where this is part of the project and then the project was not happening and then we rescued by a stimulus funds. and this was really not moving forward with its commitment to develop meaningfully to child care in and around that facility where you are involved with the development of major new transit hubs, a major housing, commercial development.
we are looking at a major city investment and facility and we have to do our due diligence. >> think you. mr. president, that concludes will call for introductions. >> can we move now to general public comment? >> this is the opportunity for the public to trust the board for up to 80 minutes on the subject matter jurisdictions before the board including items on the adoption without committee reference and
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